Clifton Tots Day Nursery

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About Clifton Tots Day Nursery

Name Clifton Tots Day Nursery
Ofsted Inspections
Address 8 St. Pauls Road, Clifton, BRISTOL, BS8 1LT
Phase Childcare on Non-Domestic Premises, Full day care
Gender Mixed
Local Authority Bristol
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents

The provision is good • Leaders show a commitment to providing a high-quality provision for children.

The effective support and training programme helps staff to continually improve. For example, staff have recently undertaken training to support children to develop their speaking and listening skills. • Staff focus on supporting children's language well.

They ask good questions to extend children's ideas and encourage new words in English and other languages. • Staff observe children's learning and track their development well. Children make good progress from their starting points.

Staff reflect on their provision effectively and make continual improvements. F...or example, they have recently introduced a large cylindrical fish tank placed on the floor. They use this to encourage babies to explore the light, movement and colours of the fish.

• Staff are gentle, reassuring and kind. They are attentive and build strong attachments with children. As a result, children settle well and are happy.

Staff value children's work. For example, they use professional mounting to display their work around the setting's walls. • Staff promote clear expectations, which helps children to behave well.

Staff build good relationships with parents. Parents are encouraged to provide feedback, and staff are quick to make changes. Parents speak extremely highly of the setting.

• The manager and staff work together effectively to create a warm, welcoming and stimulating environment. It is not yet outstanding because: • Occasionally, staff do not make the most of opportunities to encourage children to use writing tools during their play. • On occasion, staff miss opportunities to engage less-confident children in group activities.

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